2021 Primary Winners

June 23, 2021
Updated 9:18am

Here is what we know, as of this posting:

Almond Town Clerk’s Race:
Town of Almond: reported: 1 of 1 100.00%
Ballots: 98
Shelly Stevens (REP) 14 14.89%
Julie Phillips (REP) 79 84.04%
Write-in 1 1.06%
Total 94 100.00%

Town of Almond Town Board Races, two seats were up:
reported: 1 of 1 100.00%
Ballots: 98
Jo Anne Freeland (REP) 60 33.15%
Debra Castle Harvey (REP) 45 24.86%
Bryan Snyder (REP) 75 41.44%
Write-in 1 0.55%
Total 181 100.00%

In the Steuben County Legislator’s race for District 3, the Bath area, is too close to call, the county elections board says there’s a lot of absentees to be counted there. Right now, there’s a four vote lead for Republican Guy Hammond over Hal Bailey 198 to 194. In Addison, Jack Thompson narrowly defeated Brandon Conklin in the Addison Town Supervisor’s race, 36-31. In Addison, there are six absentees. In the Cohocton Town Supervisor’s primary, Town Supervisor Judith Hall has apparently lost by nine votes, Cheryl Dusenbery 120, Judith Hall, 111, and in Cohocton there are four absentees. Now Judith Hall will be on the ballot in November as Hall is on an Independent line. In Fremont, the primary winners for the town board seats, were Berton Candee 29 votes, and Cindy Smith, 32 votes. Fremont has two absentees that have come in so far.

In Howard, Town Supervisor Don Evia defeated Eric Hosmer, 143 to 78. Hosmer is on Independent line and can run in November. Winners in the Howard Town Board races were Edward Frey 154 and Lowell Smith 102. In Rochester, Mayor Lovely Warren has conceded the race to Rochester City Councilman Melik Evans.

In Rochester, Mayor Lovely Warren has conceded the race to Rochester City Councilman Melik Evans. In New York City, the winners of the mayoral primaries, were Democrat Eric Adams and Republican Curtis Sliwa.